Don't miss the Walk to End Homelessness walk in Riverside on Saturday, April 12th. The event is a two and a half mile walk being held at the Riverside Access Center starting at 6:30 am. . The event is designed to raise awareness of homeless programs and services offered in Riverside to end homelessness. Registration is $30 for adults, $5 for kids.To register or for information about sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.endhomeless.info
Chaffey High School Club Tenochtitlan prooudly presents Ballt Folkloric Tenochtitlan, a wonderful evening of song and dance, on Friday March 14th at 7 PM at the beautiful Gardiner W. Spring Auditorium. (1245 North Euclid Ave, Ontario) Tickets are $7.00. For more info, call (909) 460-5664 ext. 401-6320
The Corona Chamber of Commerce will host a job fair on March 13th at Crossroads Church (2331 Kellogg Ave) from 1-3 pm. If you are seeking a job or looking to hire someone, you can call the chamber at (951) 737-3350.
The Inland Empire Career Fair is coming up Thursday, March 20 from 10 am to 2 pm at the Ontario Airport Hilton. The event is free to job seekers and no pre-registration is required. For more information, go to diversecareers.com.
The Spiritual Treatment Center is hosting it's 8th Annual Holistic Health Fair on Saturday April 12th from 9:30 am- 3:30pm at 602 North Church St. in Redlands. 20 local practitioners will be on hand. Admission is $1.00 which will go to the building fund.
You can be a hero for wildlife by helping end the extinction of endangered animals all over the world. Join the San Diego Zoo Global Wildlife Conservancy at endextinction.org
Don't miss the Cinco de Mayo 5k Fun Run/Walk for Sight at Rialto City Hall on Saturday, May 3. The event is sponsored by the Rialto Breakfast Lions Club and the city of Rialto. It will benefit Lions Club Sight Projects. Al entrants will receive a t-shirt, a sombrero and $1.00 off at the Lions Club food trailer. You can register online at racewire.com or active.com. For more information, call Mike Jones at (909) 463-5826.
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, sponsored by the Accounting program at Crafton Hills College and the Internal Revenue Service, provides free tax preparation services to individuals and families earning less than $51,000 a year who need assistance in preparing their own returns. VITA volunteers are CHC students who have completed a rigorous IRS-sponsored training and are certified by the IRS to provide basic income tax assistance to qualified individuals, including United States Veterans. Electronic filing is available free of charge.
The VITA site will be open Thursday evenings, 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in theLab-Administration (LADM) Building, Room 217 beginning February 6 through April 10. (The site will be closed on March 20 for the college spring break holiday). No appointment is necessary and free parking is available in Lot D.
VITA volunteers will also provide assistance to taxpayers at locations throughout immediate area during March and April. The dates and times of these sites will be announced as they are finalized.
Taxpayers should bring the following items to the VITA site to receive assistance on their returns:
*It is extremely important that each person use the correct Social Security Number. The most accurate information is usually located on your original Social Security card. If you do not have an SSN for you or a dependent, you should complete Form SS-5, Social Security Number Application. This form should be submitted to the nearest Social Security Administration Office. If you or your dependent is not eligible to get a Social Security Number, you may need an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
Put on your walking shoes and grab your leash because the 22nd Annual Walk With The Animals “Back to the Basics”, presented by KOLA 99.9 is coming up on Saturday, March 15. - a fun Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center event and leisurely walk around scenic Lake Evans at Fairmount Park on Saturday, March 15 (with or without a pooch!) in support of pets throughout the Inland Empire.
This short walk goes a mile for animals!
Registered walkers will receive a Walk With The Animals t-shirt. After the relaxing stroll around the lake, Walkers will get to tour Pet Adoption Center booths where they can learn more about the programs and services that we offer, all while earning thank you give-a-ways. There will also be an assortment of exhibitor booths to visit, K-9 demonstrations to watch and a continental breakfast to enjoy.
Share the morning stroll with four-legged or two-legged friends or gather a team of fellow pet lovers, family, or co-workers to raise funds and fun!
Here's how to get started:
It's that's simple...and 100% of proceeds
benefit Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center programs and services
helping Inland Empire pets and the people who care for and about them.
Can't make it to the Walk? No problem! You can still participate by registering as a Virtual Walker, create a profile page and use it to send out fundraising emails to your peeps. You'll be able to pick up your t-shirt and goody bag at the Center.
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If your non-profit group has an upcoming event, send the information to David Wylie at David@kolafm.com. Please send at least two weeks before your event!